I used Fusion360 to generate the G-code for my part and imported it into Easel. There were 4 tool paths. The first path drilled 4 holes and worked correctly. The second path was meant to carve out a face representing some text. This path did not start the spindle rotating so broke the drill bit before I could get to the cancel button. From my novice look at the g-code I’m guessing there’s a missing S command.
Does that mean I did something wrong generating my tool paths or is there a bug in the Carvey post processor plugin for Fusion360? In Fusion360 the spindle speed for the face tool path is showing as 10000rpm.
Thank you. It looks like the xcarve_no_tool_change.cps will work. I didn’t open the file in UGS, but a diff of the gcode generated by this file and the inventables post processor are nearly identical except the missing tool change line as expected. I don’t know if I’ll use it, I’m still figuring out my workflow from Fusion 360 and VCarve Pro.